Exceptional plant for the damp ground once established, but will grow almost anyway, slightly invasive A very tough plant, can tolerate exposure A Uk / European wildflower resistent to rabbits & deer Plant in loam or clay, heavy wet acidic soil for best growth
Iris pseudocorus or the Yellow flag iris has deep canary-yellow flowers on tall sturdy green stems , with long, straplike leaves. Buds are oval, lance shaped, and open to 3 petals with central stamens, and brown markings in the throat. Grow in wet, deep, acid, humus-rich soil in full sun or partial shade. It thrives at the margins of large ponds or streams; vigorous so site with care Position: full sun / part shade Soil: Loam/Clay Rate of growth: fast Flowering period: late spring to Summer Flower colour: yellow Other features: vigorous Hardiness: hardy Eventual Height: 1.5m Eventual Spread: 1.5m
We use locally made natural worm cast based compost and feed. This is a natural bio food making healthy strong plants, naturally balanced and less prone to disease.
Are plants are grown hardy to enable faster establishment after they arrive too you. it is important to unwrap immediately and soak if needed. if you need time before planting then a loose covering of compost in a pot for any plugs or bare root plants will do.